Social Sciences & Humanities Cluster

Visual Arts Education(Master's by Coursework)

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About Courses

An extension of the Arts Education in the Faculty of Education, the Master of Education (Visual Arts Education) (ED702/772) is one of the faculty's most creative and productive master programme. On top of that, like the other master program in the faculty, versatility is given salience and thus, aspirants are thus encouraged to apply creativity, flexibility and adaptability of knowledge and skills to various contexts. In return, this alleviates systematic thinking, reflectivity and autonomy among the aspirants. This is in line with the nation’s aspiration to foster inclusive and equitable development of education as the basis for higher economic growth.

Mode of Program

Full Time/ Part Time

Duration of Study

  • Full Time : 3 Semesters minimum
  • Part Time : 4 Semesters minimum

Entry Requirements

  • Academic Qualification
    • Applicant must have a Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in a relevant field of study from a university that is recognized by the University Senate and the Malaysian government.
  • English Language Proficiency
    • a TOEFL certificate with a score of at least
    • 550 for (paper based), or
    • 213 (computer based), or
    • 79-80 (IBT), or
    • an IELTS certificate with at least Band 6.0

 *Any other English language certificates other than TOEFL and IELTS are NOT accepted by the university.


Courses Offered 

    • EDU701 Education and Human Development
    • EDU702 Research Methodology
    • EDU705 Statistical Analysis for Educational Re­searchers
    • EDU706 Research Seminar
    • EDU755 Dissertation
    • PSV701 History and Philosophy of Art Educa­tion
    • PSV702 Contemporary Models in Visual Art Education
    • PSV703 Multimedia in Visual Art Education
    • PSV704 Assessment and Evaluation in Art Edu­cation
    • PSV705 Theories and Practices in Visual Art Education
    • PSV706 Current Issues and Ideas in Visual Art Education
    • PSV707 Visual Art Education Research / Project
    • EDU711 Instructional Technology: Theories and Practices
    • EDU714 Adult Education
    • EDU715 Psycho-sociology for Professional Prac­tice
    • EDU717 Introduction to Qualitative research
    • PSV711 Understanding Post-modern Art Educa­tion
    • PSV712 Art and the Visual Studies
    • PSV713 Aesthetics & Art Criticism in Art Educa­tion
    • PSV714 Art as a Therapeutic Experience
    • PSV715 Cross-Cultural Studies in Art Educa­tion


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